“I’ll do the best I can.” Usually, when someone says this, it means they won’t come through or they can’t really do what you need them to. How often do people fail us? For example, in your own life how many times have you been let down? Not because that person doesn’t care about you but because they are only human.

A great example is shown when we look at the lengths that modern medicine has come to and yet many people are still facing terminal illnesses that have no cure. Doctors are only human and can only do the best that they can.

However, what is impossible for us as human beings is far from impossible for God.

“But Jesus looked at them and said to them, ‘With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.’” Matthew 19:26 

Maybe your impossible has been a sickness that everyone in your family has fallen victim to, or perhaps it is the addiction that you have been fighting to overcome for years. Maybe, it is even a problem in your family that seems will never come to an end. Whatever your situation is and no matter the failed attempts to change your situation, your change is not impossible for God. “All things are possible.” Pay close attention to those words because that means no matter the situation you are going through right now, God has a solution for you.

God will not only do the best that He can. When God gives you an answer you can be sure that the best is yet to come.

May the God of the Bible bless you!

Bishop Bira Joshua